The PGA Excursion has suspended all its participants who’re taking part in on this week’s Saudi-funded LIV Golfing Invitational.
The event, being held at Centurion Membership close to London, is essentially the most profitable within the historical past of the sport with a $25m (£20m) prize fund.
Six-time primary winner Phil Mickelson is one of the largest names to be affected.
LIV Golfing issued an instantaneous answer calling the PGA Excursion “vindictive” and stated this “deepens the divide between the Excursion and its participants”.
The commentary added: “It is troubling that the Excursion, an organisation devoted to making alternatives for golfers to play the sport, is the entity blocking off golfers from taking part in.
“This for sure isn’t the final word in this matter. The generation of unfastened company is starting as we’re proud to have a complete box of avid gamers becoming a member of us in London, and past.”
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